A 10-print folio
of color botanical still lifes
The color palette Kauffman applies to these gorgeous images combines with the wrapping sense of light from her scanner to create a glow that is wonderfully inviting. The images are simply a delight to behold, and a sensuous experience for our eyes.
Kauffman's work is featured in LensWork and LensWork Extended #84 (September, 2009.)
“I observe plants as they grow and bring them to my studio when they’ve reached a stage that interests me. I am drawn as much to spent flowers, twisted leaves, seed pods, and branches as to flowers and plants in full vigor; they possess a subtle beauty and richness that transcend the peak of bloom. Often they sit in vases of water for days or weeks after their initial recording, progressing through their natural course of growth and senescence. As the plants change they present me with new opportunities.” - Kim Kauffman